The Beacon Hymnal: for Church Schools, Young People's Services, Day Schools, and the Home

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186Now is the time approachingWEBBPage Scan
187The light pours down from heavenMISSIONARY HYMNPage Scan
188Thy grace impart! in time to bePALESTRINAPage Scan
189One holy Church of God appearsST. STEPHENPage Scan
190Give ear, ye children, to my lawST. MARTIN'SPage Scan
191City of God, how broad and farBEULAHPage Scan
192Lamp of our feet, whereby we traceNOX PRAECESSITPage Scan
193O thou whose feet have climb'd life's hillDUNDEEPage Scan
194We build our school on thee, O LordGERMANYPage Scan
195Above the clear blue skyCHILDREN'S VOICESPage Scan
196Hushed was the evening hymnSAMUELPage Scan
197In life's earnest morningST. ANDREW OF CRETEPage Scan
198Come, ye thankful people, comeST. GEORGE'S, WINDSORPage Scan
199Praise to God and thanks we bringHOLLINGSIDEPage Scan
200Now thank we all our GodDEO GRATIASPage Scan
201O Father, thou who givest allRIVAULXPage Scan
202For all the blessings of the yearALMSGIVINGPage Scan
203O come, O come, EmmanuelVENI EMMANUELPage Scan
204Watchman, tell us of the nightWATCHMANPage Scan
205O come, all ye faithfulADESTE FIDELESPage Scan
206It came upon the midnight clearCAROLPage Scan
207Joy to the world! the Lord is comeANTIOCHPage Scan
208Christians, lo, the star appearethTRUSTPage Scan
209Calm on the list'ning ear of nightGOULDPage Scan
210While shepherds watch'd their flocks by nightST. MARTIN'SPage Scan
211Hark! the herald angels singMENDELSSOHNPage Scan
212Brightest and best of the sons of the morningMORNING STARPage Scan
213In stable lowly[In stable lowly]Page Scan
214Today be joy in ev'ry heartCHRISTMASPage Scan
215In the lonely midnightIN THE LONELY MIDNIGHTPage Scan
216The night was dark and stormyROSA MYSTICAPage Scan
217Lo, how a Rose e'er bloomingROSA MYSTICAPage Scan
218Silent night, holy nightHOLYL NIGHTPage Scan
219As with gladness men of oldDIXPage Scan
220What Child is this who, laid to restGREENSLEEVESPage Scan
221Come, all ye shepherds, and be not afraid[Come, all ye shepherds, and be not afraid]Page Scan
222O come, ye happy children[O come, ye happy children]Page Scan
223Little children, wake and listen!ST. OSWALDPage Scan
224All my heart this night rejoicesEBELINGPage Scan
225Shepherds, shake off your drowsy sleepBESANCON CAROLPage Scan
226O little town of Bethl'hemST. LOUISPage Scan
227Angels we have heard on high[Angels we have heard on high]Page Scan
228Angels from the realms of gloryREGENT SQUAREPage Scan
229We three kings of Orient areTHREE KINGS OF ORIENTPage Scan
230Good Christian men, rejoiceIN DULCI JUBILOPage Scan
231The first Nowell the angel did sayTHE FIRST NOWELLPage Scan
232Another year is dawningMUNICHPage Scan
233From glory unto glory!TOURSPage Scan
234Another year of setting sunsCONISTONPage Scan
235Backward looking o'er the pastINNOCENTSPage Scan
236'Welcome, happy morning!' age to age shall sayFORTUNATUSPage Scan
237Lo, the day of days is hereNEWELLPage Scan
238The day of resurrectionGREENLANDPage Scan
239Come sing with holy gladnessGREENLANDPage Scan
240Past are the cross, the scourge, the thornPALESTRINAPage Scan
241God hath sent his angels to the earth againVEXILLUMPage Scan
242Lo, the earth is ris'n againMONKLANDPage Scan
243O day of light and gladnessLANCASHIREPage Scan
244The Light along the agesAURELIAPage Scan
245Jesus Christ is ris'n todayWORGANPage Scan
246Come, ye faithful, raise the strainST. KEVINPage Scan
247Over the land in gloryEASTER CAROLPage Scan
248For all the saints, who from their labors restSARUMPage Scan
249Ten thousand times ten thousandALFORDPage Scan
250Lead, kindly Light, amid th'encircling gloomLUX BENIGNAPage Scan

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